This is the Deus Vayanne, the most powerful electric hypercar ever created.
With around 2,200 hp, Deus is setting the bar incredibly high for any future electric hypercars.
And it’s not just powerful, it’s also a work of art.
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The hypercar has been called the Vayanne to celebrate the city it was designed in; Vienna.
It is the result of a collaboration between Deus, Italdesign, and Williams, meaning it’s been designed in Austria, made in Italy, and electrified in the UK.
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Deus’ vision was to make a ‘practical hypercar’, which is a phrase not often heard, if ever.
But essentially they wanted to make an insanely powerful hypercar while also refining it to have the comfort and essentials you need for daily driveability.
Deus has designed the rear of the car with a huge infinity symbol.
The symbol signifies ‘no beginning and no end’, which suggests the design will never age.
The infinity symbol is also mirrored at the front of the car and in the center of the front infinity symbol is an open grille.
Even though the hypercar is fully electric but it has still be given an open grille to cool the radiator and the brakes.
Lending itself to the ‘practical hypercar’ vision, the whole car lifts by 5cm to allow the driver to get in with ease.
And once you’re ready to drive, it lowers again.
Deus Vayanne interior
The door panels of the Vayanne house a completely unique design feature.
Called a ‘Halo Infinity Mirror’, there are LED lights and mirrors mounted inside the panels to create a 3D design.
The mirrors reflect the LED strips in all different directions to create the 3D appearance.
In the center console, the Vayanne has been given cupholders and wireless charging, both of which are almost unheard of in a hypercar, but contribute to the practicality of the car.
The Vayanne will have a top speed of 400 km/h.
It will have 2,200 hp, and will be able to reach 100 km/h in under two seconds.
There will be just 99 examples ever made, and Deus wants to ensure no two cars are alike.
No two will be alike
So, if you choose a white exterior with a white interior for example, that colorway will be reserved for you alone.
While Supercar Blondie got an inside look at the Deus Vayanne prototype in LA this year, the Vayanne is not expected to roll out to customers until 2025.
And the price?
The Vayanne is expected to cost around the $2 million mark.